Administrators Horton Posted June 2, 2008 Administrators Share Posted June 2, 2008 I basically closed CarbonFins today. There are some softer flex fins left for sale but I am holding back all the remaining higher performance fins for friends and family. The fins got me back to skiing and it was a really fun deal in the beginning. To this day I adamantly believe that fin flex is a misunderstood and largely ignored tuning option. I want to thank all the skiers that supported the effort. National and Regional titles & records were set using the fins. I have to thank Greg,Â for buying a ton of fins and kicking ass with a 106 Monza fin. Jimmy SiemersÂ won his first world overall title using a custom fin but I think he just did not know any better. Have to thank all the D3 factory guys who jumped on board in the beginning. The guy who broke fins hitting turtles and the guy whose dog ran off with the package. Heck, I want to thank Dr. Jim for my favorite quote on the testimonials page. My last ever real shipment was suspiciously one of each shape and flex that I had left. I kind of hope that they are going to someone doing R&D of some sort. If someone is working of thier own version they should call me. Sincerely, John T. Horton Support BallOfSpray by supporting the companies that support BallOfSpray California Ski Ranch ☆ Connelly ☆ Denali ☆ Eden Lake ☆ Goode ☆ HO Syndicate ☆MasterCraft ☆ Masterline ☆ Pentalago ☆ Performance Ski and Surf ☆ Reflex ☆ Radar ☆ Rodics OffCourse ☆ S Lines ☆ Stokes About Horton Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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